Thursday, March 06, 2008

Pete And Re-Pete Were Walking Down The

Street. Pete Fell In A Manhole, Who Was Left? Re-Pete. Pete and Re-Pete Were Walking Down The Street. Pete Fell In A Manhole, Who Was Left? Re-Pete. Pete and Re-Pete Were Walking Down The Street. Pete Fell In A Manhole, Who Was Left? Re-Pete...repeat ad nauseum.

City Utilities officials are proposing a 4.1% natural gas increase. The increase would add about $4.00 a month to the average residential customer's bill. Wes Johnson, of the SN-L, filed this report:

Ray Ross, CU director of pricing, said the rate hike will allow CU to recover its costs of providing natural gas to its customers.

CU customers also are using less gas, on average, than they were 10 years ago. Usage dropped 11 percent in that time period.

"Because of those factors we have less revenue coming in, but we still have fixed costs to operate the gas system that we have to pay for", Ross said.

He emphasized that CU customers' can still save money on their monthly bills by using less gas.
Because we are using less gas, CU has to increase the price we pay for the gas to make up for less revenue coming in. But we can still save money on our monthly bills by using less gas. Because we are using less gas, CU has to increase the price we pay for the gas to make up for less revenue coming in. But we can still save money on our monthly bills by using less gas. Because we are using less gas, CU has to increase the price we pay for the gas to make up for less revenue coming in. But we can still save money on our monthly bills by using less gas...repeat ad nauseum

2 comments:

Дж. Хьюз said...

We had to destroy the village to save it.

Sky Girl said...

Just one more way the energy folks can keep people thinking it's ok to consume and consume and consume...repeat ad nauseum.